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Cox's Bazar Hospital for Women and Children

These centers aim to serve millions of people by providing education, acute medical care, treatment, and the rehabilitation of sick, injured, disabled and destitute women and children.

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Society for Family Health

PSI/Zambia was established in 1992 to empower at-risk and underserved Zambians to lead healthier lives in line with the Government of Zambia’s health priorities. PSI/Zambia’s current portfolio contains programs in HIV/AIDS, reproductive health, malaria, safe water.

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Malamulele Onward

Malamulele Onward is a non-governmental organization established in 2006 that provides rehabilitation services to children affected by cerebral palsy in remote and rural areas. They also provide training to support caregivers and parents of children affected.

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FXBVillage Model

FXBVillage methodology brings the extreme poor to self-sufficiency in three years by simultaneously tackling the five drivers of poverty: lack of nutrition, health, education, housing, and income.

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Lea Toto Community-Based Care Program

Lea Toto, Swahili for “to raise the child”, is a community-based outreach program which extends care of HIV+ children into the community through the provision of medical services, nutrition, counseling and capacity building.

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Orthopaedic Program

Andersen Medical Centre manufacture appliances for disabled people, from simple crutches and wheelchairs to complete limb prothesis.

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Mama SASHA Project

The Sweet Potato Action for Security and Health in Africa (SASHA) project has the idea of encouraging mothers to get the health care they needed and increase consumption of the orange-fleshed sweet potato, a highly nutritional potato that promised to reduce under-nutrition in sub-Saharan Africa.

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BasicNeeds

BasicNeeds is an international NGO working to make change on the issue of mental illness & epilepsy in developing countries. By working in partnership with mentally ill people, BasicNeeds has built a unique & effective model for recovery and sustained good mental health.

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School Health Integrated Programme

​The SHIP project uses two health interventions (deworming and vision screening) as entry points for a School Health and Nutrition programme that centres on the use of schools as a delivery platform. SHIP will serve as a demonstration that such interventions can be integrated within education plans.

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Living Goods

Living goods is an “Avon-like” network of franchised community health promoters who provide health education and earn a living selling essential health products door-to-door at prices affordable to the poor.

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NICE Foundation

NICE Foundation is dedicated to improving maternal health and combating infant & child mortality. The Foundation strives to provide quality health care to the poorest and most neglected in Indian society through its hospital and school-based services, and the rural child health program.

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Bangladesh Urban Primary Health Care Services Delivery Project

Beginning in 1998, UPHCSDP is a government run initiative that involves public private partnerships with national NGOs to improve the health status of the poor in 11 city corporations and 4 municipalities by providing an essential package of high-impact services. The project is now in its third phase, which will run until June 16th 2017.

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Child and Family Wellness (CFW) Shops

The HealthStore Foundation’s CFW network is a network of medical clinics and micro-pharmacies whose mission is to provide access to essential medicines to marginalized populations in the developing world. Their main services include diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of prevalent outpatient condit

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Action Research and Training for Health (ARTH)

ARTH was founded by a group of community health professionals in 1997 with a commitment to improving the health status of the underprivileged communities in India, focusing on women’s reproductive health.

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BlueStar Bangladesh

The Blue Star Programme (BSP), a social franchise networking private sector providers, was established in Bangladesh by the Social Marketing Company (SMC) in June 1998 in order to improve access to quality health care services.

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Kageno Health Program

Kageno health program increases the capacity of communities to deliver quality health services.This project operates in both Kenya and Rwanda, and places a special emphasis on mothers and children, who are often the most vulnerable to disease and malnutrition.

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Sajida Foundation Health Program

Sajida Foundation is a Bangladeshi NGO that works to improve health outcomes among the country's poor through diversified social development interventions in order to help reach national and international targets for health.

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Boma la Mama

Boma la Mama complements Tanzania's maternity health service by running and funding a parallel clinic--thus helping to alleviating the overcrowding at public hospitals--and offering an education program that provides Tanzanian midwives with equipment and up-to-date training on maternity care.

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Mother Bles Birthing Clinics

Mother Bles Birthing Clinics (MBBC) are networks of PhilHealth accredited birthing health facility started in Leyte Province. KaKaK Foundation, which serves as the non-profit private partner, manages the general requirements of all birthing clinics, including PhilHealth accreditation and marketing.

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Hope Foundation for Women and Children of Bangladesh Inc.

Hope Foundation for Women and Children of Bangladesh is a US-based non-profit organization providing primary health care in rural areas of Bangladesh, since 1999. Hope Hospital and the rural clinics offer low cost healthcare to the needy people in the community.

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Mat Troi Be Tho

As part of the Alive & Thrive Initiative,Mat Troi Be Tho,a Vietnamese social franchise in rural commune health centers and urban health facilities, provides group classes and one-on-one lactation and nutrition counseling by skilled providers to improve infant & young child feeding practices.

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